Having outgrown their childhood home at COCO, in the basement of a CVS, one-year-old agency Public Works has decided to move out. Once an adorable, precocious four-person group, the agency has quickly evolved into a gangly 12-person team. Their new home in the International Design Center Building will afford them plenty of room to expand further, as well as ample wall space for all those sweet blacklight posters. Though working in a space with luxuries like windows and sunlight might take some getting used to, Public Works Creative Lead Brian Hurley is confident the agency will continue to thrive in the North Loop saying, “We’re gonna get a soda machine.” Looks like someone is all grown up. Public Works moves in April 3rd.